On October 28, 2003 4:34 am, Shrikant wrote:

>Dear All ,
>Is it possible that i give a Normal (without  wheel rights) user to  access 
> my server using ftp ,and he can only browse thru his home directory not
> above that .If it is possbile pls reply me .

If you create the file /etc/ftpchroot and put the name of the user in that 
file (one name per line), the ftp daemon in the base install will chroot the 
user to their home directory. For exact details and more options, read the 
ftpchroot manual page by typing "man ftpchroot" at a shell prompt.



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